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On the Lighter Side: Frugalizing Your Woodturning
By Bob Heltman

Introduction

To be FRUGAL is to economize, to eliminate unnecessary expense. It can also mean: canny, careful, meticulous, prudent, stingy, thrifty, abstemious, chary, conserving, discreet, meager, mingy, parsimonious, penny-pinching, penny-wise, preserving, provident, saving, scrimping, sparing, spartan, tight, tightwad, unwasteful, and downright CHEAP!

 

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The project above was published in the August 2017 edition of the magazine. You may purchase the entire magazine edition by clicking on the "Purchase this edition" tab below. Here is a partial list of this edition's contents:

Really! Making hollow forms without hollowing tools
by Al Miotke

Turning a Three-Pointed Bowl
by Robin McIntyre

The Pen Turner's Corner: Hidden or Recessed clips
by Don Ward

Top-Rated Woodturning Books
by Staff

Turn your own Egg and Egg Cup
by Dick Veitch

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New DVD Reviews

by: Al Stirt, Trent Bosch and Molly Winton